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Analysis of successful demand-side management at publicly owned utilities

Ted Flanigan

Analysis of successful demand-side management at publicly owned utilities

by Ted Flanigan

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Published by Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tenn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electric utilities -- Management,
  • Municipal ownership,
  • Municipal services -- Management,
  • Buildings -- Energy conservation

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTed Flanigan [and] Stan Hadley.
    SeriesOak Ridge National Laboratory -- 397., ORNL (Series) -- 397.
    ContributionsHadley, Stan., Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Energy Division.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD9685.U62 F36 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 60 p. :
    Number of Pages60
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17631649M
    OCLC/WorldCa31313520

    demand-side management that are principally based on engineering economics analyses. However, with encouragement from regulators and as a result of active third-party solicitations, the state’s investor-owned utilities exhibit a greater use of segmentation in . Successful demand side management programs, stimulated by state incentives, requirements, and financial structures, can reduce the amount of electricity a utility must provide, decreasing the need for new generation sources (Williams et al., ).

      • The main goal of demand side management is to encourage the consumer to use less energy during peak hours, or to move the time of energy use to off-peak times such as night time and weekends. • Definition - DSM (Demand Side Management) is the 'Scientific control of usage and demand of Electricity, for achieving better load factor and.   PHOENIX and OMAHA, Neb., J /PRNewswire/ -- Advisor Group, the nation's largest network of independent wealth management firms, and Securities America today announced the successful.

    investor owned utilities (Pacific Gas & Electric Company, San Diego Gas & Electric, Southern California Edison, Southern California Gas Company) were asked to explore the development of an integrated approach to the cost‐effectiveness of demand‐side management programs and projects. The EEI Index measures total shareholder return for the 40 publicly traded U.S. investor-owned electric utilities. The EEI Index is market cap-weighted and calculated on the final day of each quarter, covering both the year-to-date and trailing month periods. The EEI Index is widely used in company proxy statements and industry benchmarking.


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@article{osti_, title = {Analysis of successful demaind-side management at publicly owned utilities}, author = {Flanigan, T. and Hadley, S.}, abstractNote = {The primary purpose of this report is to present an analysis of case studies of publicly owned utilities that have made cost effective investments in demand-side management (DSM) and which have had marked success to date.

Inelectric utilities report having demand-side management (DSM) programs. Of these, are classified as large, and are classified as small utilities. This is an increase of utilities from (1) DSM costs increased to billion dollars from billion dollars in File Size: KB.

“Demand-side management is the planning and implementation of those utility activities designed to influence customer use of electricity in ways that will produce desired changes in the utility’s load shape.”1 Demand-side management seeks cost-effective ways to balance electric.

Electric Power Systems Research, 8 (/85) - Demand-Side Management: Research Opportunities for Electric Utilities LAWRENCE J. HILL and ERIC HIRST Energy Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN (U.S.A.) (Received August 4, ) SUMMARY Because of dramatic changes in electricity costs, prices, and consumption during the past decade, electric utilities Cited by: 2.

Successful DSM leaders will be looking at the latest people, processes and technology trends to ensure their programs are positioned to leverage the trends. Applying the principles and fundamentals of demand side management will provide benefits for customers, utilities.

Analysis of successful demand-side management at publicly owned utilities book Side Management (DSM), first referred in the US in the late s, is based on the purpose of the planning, implementation and monitoring, of the activities of electric utilities to.

The term Demand Side Management (DSM) is used to refer to a group of actions designed to efficiently manage a site’s energy consumption with the aim of cutting the costs incurred for the supply of electrical energy, from grid charges and general system charges, including taxes.

Florida Investor-Owned Utilities’ Demand-Side Management Achievements Comparative Analysis Janu Executive Summary At the Septem Commission Conference, the Florida Public Service Commission (FPSC) requested a comparison of the demand-side management (DSM) program achievements of Florida’s investor-owned utilities.

In Octoberthe Florida Public Service Commission’s (FPSC or Commission) Office of Auditing and Performance Analysis initiated an audit to examine the administrative efficiency of the demand-side management (DSM) programs for the four major investor-owned electric utilities in Florida.

1. Introduction. Demand side management strategies are of great interest to utility companies throughout the World, as they can help to ease the operation of the electrical system, and many governments are currently studying policies to promote their application, focusing on options that include promoting energy efficiency plans, behavior changes at the customer level or dynamic demand.

Demand side management (DSM) activities in the electric power industry. The report presents a general discussion of DSM, its history, current issues, and a review of key statistics for the year. Also present are discussions and more detailed data on energy savings, peak load reductions and costs attributable to.

@article{osti_, title = {Demand-side management: Concepts and methods}, author = {Gellings, C W and Chamberlin, J H}, abstractNote = {Demand-Side Management (DSM) represents a revolutionary approach to planning at electric utilities.

Essentially, it broadens the scope of planning to integrate the customer's needs and desires with the utility's goals. Sincethe Commission has sought to work with the utilities to provide their customers with efficient and sensible ways of making energy management decisions easier for their customers.

Decision (D) directs that utilities " Integrate customer demand-side programs, such as energy efficiency, self-generation, advanced metering, and demand response, in a coherent and efficient. Demand Side Management (DSM) is customer response” (Violette,p. The changing use of energy in response to market factors including controlled by the conservation of energy, demand response defined by the prices and/or production costs, and load management which involves the demand shifting from high price to low price periods.

Potential Study. To improve the analysis, planning and delivery of demand-side management resources (DSM), the Company completes a systemwide study to identify the potential of demand-side management resources and their related costs over a 20 year horizon. Since the mids, demand-side management has been an important element of the electric utility planning approach referred to as integrated resource planning.

Demand-Side Management (DSM) produces a more reliable and economical operation, while maintaining the power system’s operational integrity. Evaluate efficiency and determine where energy-reducing strategies such as moving on-peak usage into off-peak periods or shifting from one rate schedule to another could help to improve the bottom line.

Demand Side Management How Do DSM Programs Work: • Energy Efficiency (EE) programs accumulate savings year-over-year that can, in aggregate, offset future load growth and reduce peak system demand. –Requires a volume of scale, many measures –Measures have varying lifetimes or persistence, tracking is required.

KEMA is a world leader in utility management consulting and smart grid strategy. During my time there, I conducted electricity and natural gas demand-side management potential studies across five.

Energy demand management, also known as demand-side management (DSM) or demand-side response (DSR), is the modification of consumer demand for energy through various methods such as financial incentives and behavioral change through education.

Usually, the goal of demand-side management is to encourage the consumer to use less energy during peak hours, or to move the. The 'Demand Side Management' thus was a concept that evolved out of the need that was felt by the government, utility providers, consumers and other groups to restrain energy consumption by economic means that were not coercive but was participatory.

Utility Dive provides news and analysis for energy and utility executives. We cover topics like smart grid tech, clean energy, regulation, generation, demand .It also explores the relationships between key explanatory variables and market value of investor-owned utilities.

The paper then tests how utilities’ spending in one highly regulated area — conservation programs known as demand-side management (DSM) — were influenced by changes in market structure and regulation.